Levensohn Venture Partners
Andrew is a Principal at Dolby Family Ventures, an early-stage venture firm focused on hard-tech companies with a commitment to catalyze solutions to some of the world’s toughest problems. In his role, Andrew supports and helps execute on all aspects of the venture process, including sourcing, executing, and managing new and existing investment opportunities across seven distinct industry portfolios. Dolby Family Ventures honors the legacy of Ray Dolby and formalizes the Dolby family’s multi-generational commitment to supporting talented entrepreneurs.
Andrew is also a Principal at Levensohn Venture Partners, where he works closely with Pascal Levensohn, advising a select group of family offices (including the Dolby organization) with an emphasis on direct technology investments. Levensohn Venture Partners directly oversees three venture capital funds, one of which is Dolby Family Ventures.
Education, Personal, and Fellowship
Andrew attended the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, where he was an Investment Management Fellow, CFA Merit Award recipient, and a Consortium Fellow. He earned a BS degree from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce with a double-concentration in finance and accounting.
Andrew served his fellowship at both Dolby Family Ventures and Levensohn Venture Partners as a member of Class 22. His mentor was Pascal Levensohn (Mentor Class 14), founder of Levensohn Venture Partners and Managing Director of Dolby Family Ventures.